The opening homestand (April 1-7) will feature a total of three games against the Yankees and four games against the division-rival Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Houston will host their intrastate rivals, the Texas Rangers, for 10 games next season, with the first matchup being a three-game set from May 12-14. The Rangers will return in August for a pair of weekend series, a three-gamer from Aug. 8-10 and four-game set from Aug. 28-31.
On the weekend before the All-Star Break, July 11-13, the Astros will play three games at Minute Maid Park against the Boston Red Sox, who currently own the best record in the American League.
Houston will also host the Atlanta Braves, owners of the best record in the Major Leagues, for three games from June 24-26. The Braves are one of four National League teams that the Astros will host for Interleague Play. The Washington Nationals (April 29-30) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (June 11-12) will both be in Houston for quick two-game sets, while the Miami Marlins will return to Minute Maid Park for a three-game, weekend series from July 25-27.
The Astros home schedule is chock-full of games against AL Western Division rivals, including 10 games against the division-leading Oakland Athletics (April 24-27, July 28-30, Aug. 25-27), and nine games each against the LA Angels (April 4-7, June 3-5, Sept. 2-3) and the Seattle Mariners (May 2-4, June 30-July 2, Sept. 19-21).
Season Tickets, Group Tickets, and Individual Game Suite Rentals are on-sale now for the 2014 season. Fans can purchase tickets by calling the Astros ticket sales office at 1-800-Astros2 or by visiting www.astros.com. As always, the Astros 2014 schedule will be filled with several promotional events and popular giveaway items. Please note that information pertaining to the on-sale dates for 2014 Astros individual tickets will be announced at a later time.
Game start times will be announced in the upcoming weeks. Schedule and times are all subject to change by Major League Baseball.